Panel Discussion: Do Elections Mean Democracy?
On Tuesday, April 8 at 12:30 p.m., the Joseph A. Unanue Latino
Institute will host a panel discussion on the ongoing crisis in Ukraine
and Venezuela titled: "Do Elections mean Democracy?" The political
instability that is rocking these countries affects not only the
citizens of these countries, but the international community as a whole.
This event will be co-sponsored by the School of Diplomacy and
International Relations, the Russian and Eastern European Program,
Slavic Club, and the International Law Society.
Join us for a discussion of the events that have led up to this
point and what must happen in the near future in order to attain
stability for these countries and South America and Eastern Europe.
Distinguished Seton Hall professors, Dr. Benjamin Goldfrank and Dr.
Margarita Balmaceda from the School of Diplomacy and International
Relations, Dr. Heath Brown from the Department of Political Science and
Public Affairs and Dr. Maxim Matusevich, the director of the Russian and
East European Studies Program, have agreed to be panelists for the
event in order to share their vast knowledge and expertise on the topic.
Journalism professor Anthony DePalma, SHU Writer-in-Residence will lead
the discussion. The event will be held in the Diplomacy Room in McQuaid
Hall. There will a Q&A following the panel discussion.
Snacks will be served!
More information available at (973) 761-9422. Should you require
special accommodations due to disability, please contact Disability
Support Services (DSS)(973) 313-6003.
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